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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 1, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LfThtRIDOf, ALItRTA, MONDAY, FCfiftUAftY I, oHice; tbnt is if owe ewes to go miaV in tudr facetj thut tho girl The Brownies Presenting their big comedy success Crow's Dream Eddie Beeves Australian Wooden Shoe Dancer MOVING! PICTURES 1. Face on the-Bar Boom Floor 2. Sticky Fly Paper 8. The Devil 4. Policeman's Dream Bather Two-Step Than Bill" News Of the District MILK RIVER River. Jan. Mcrriam, of Boston, Mass., arrived here Tues- day with a carload of household goods and farm machinery. He will move into his new residence, which has been lately completed on his home stead, and will soon find himself com- fortably settled in Sunny Southern Alberta. W. A.- Satterlee and Henry Tomfohr- returned Saturday from their trip by team down the river. They brought It takM penon that hai had or is tub. Jectto headachu to defcribt Buffering vhich ftttndi them. aajority of euu m by and dyspepsia. The dull throb- the intense pain, in part, aometlmeB iu another, and then over the whole head, varying in iti severity by the catue vhich briugi it on, purely indi- cates tbat there is something the matter xesxn tnoffi a fine pair of horses which with towels. To the fact they purchased off Ole Benson. that Burdock Blood Bitter, reaches every part of the is due its in re- Mr, and Mrs. Abe .Stickle. Gusta Uevin? rmanentl curi ht5adache. and Will Moellerihg. and Mr. and Mrs. j u a ipecific for the malady in Fred Beard visited at Tomiohrs on jorm8> MM. Allison E. Brown, Suni- merfield, N.B., "I To Suffer From Headaches Makes Life Miserable. tmough. But the most of all this buzzing and turning of wheels must exist in the mind, or head the wor- thy guiding" 'star who presides over that paper's uncertain destiuy. All good citizens should wish the 'Miner well, provided its conduct improves. May its distress soon cease. BOW ISLAND How Island, J'an. town has completed its well, curbed it, and is now using the water. The well is ninety-seven feet deep, water line, and the well is .worth a thousand dollars to the towo. The Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Company is putting in a first class "lumber yard, and.will carry in stock everything that is -used in buildUg a house. The company is building au office and sheds for their first-class lumber. That is what this town has been in need of for some time. A serious fire occurred at the post- office early this morning-, which con- sumed the roof and all the upper part of the building. Thanks to the prompt action of the fire brigade the flames were extinguished before the j declined to go. One of our jokers in- sists that Hopkins was so hot'about it that the house caught fire, just like it" would from an overheated stove. A company of brick is'here examining our clay with tt view to putting in a brick and tile plant, the fuel to use natural gas. Winter wheat looks fine now, sine the snow melted away. COALDALE Coaldale, Feb. A. re turned yesterday morning from Ik monton, after spending three days a the educational meeting there. Miss Potts, the teacher, spent Sat ur'day and Taber. Mr. Moore, the lumber merchant spent Sunday in, .Lethbridge. MX. and Mrs. Limblad entertained few of their friends Friday evening a their home. An enjoyable was spent in games. Luncheon, wa served in the latter part of the ev- ening. Mrs. Seitters who has been ill l'o some time, is some better. Service was held as usual Sunday mail was damaged. Our postmaster, A collection was taken up for the J. W. "Hopkins, had been out to see efit of the sufferers from-the earth girl the nightf in-Italy. her to go to the dance at the Bow j The .Ladies Society will meet Island House dancing parlor, but a Dakota blizzard flopped its tail so at the home of Mrs. Cokely, next Wed nesday. 4- COWSMPATIOIC AlTD HEADACHES. Sunday. Mr. Jos. Osborn made a business trip to Lethbridge Saturday, return- ing on Tuesday's train. Mr. Fred Leffingwell came down from Warner Saturday to spend Sun- day with his family. He returned Monday, accompanied by his brother- in-law, Mr. Ira Rouse. Mr. Osborn made a business trip to. Lethbridge the first of the week. R. Lowe, manager of .the Mackie ranch spent a few days in Lethbridge, returning Saturday. Three cars of immigrants' effects have been, unloading at Milk River the past week. Mr. Logan -of Lethbridge arrived in Elsie Grange; Messrs. Willie Amos, town Saturday and will take charge j Vincent Davies, Lawreii Collett. Far- of the Pioneer Lumber Yard. This {iey Van Wagoner, will make two lumber yards for j ______ '__ town. There is expected to be a good T-TTTTTTTT troubled with Conitipatiou and for a long time. After trying different doctors to no effect, a friend mo to try Burdock Blood Bitters. I find I aot completely cured after taking three bottles. I can safely recommend it to all." Xellie Saunders' last evening. The evening was pleasantly spent in mu- sic and-playing games. Those pres- joy GEORGE BARR McCUTCHEON, Avthor of "Beverly Grauctmrk." Etc COPYRIGHT. "Very well, you, Mr...Cable, except tbat Jane lias been mbuiiuf ent.were Misses Phoeba Cooper, Millie! me because you were not here _V t i -WrtTi VIA .Neal, Jolan David, Ada Cooper, and deal of building here this year. RAYMOND Raymond, Jan. and Mrs. Card are intending to leave nest week for the States. They will visit in Washington and California and then Salt Lake City before they return. Miss Thomson, of Welling, is spend- ing Sunday at the Manse. There are several men.from Stirling in town for' the priesthood meeting. "Among those here are Messrs. ley, L.. There will be another-prize dance here on 3. Mr. Uriel O'Brien is having charge of it. "ITie prizq will he given for the best two- COLEMAN Coleman, Jan. rep- resenting G. F. J. Gait, called on Coleman merchantis yesterday. John B. Wilkjc, of Eoyal Gity, spent the day in town. His many friends are pleased to see him. Dr-Thos. O'Hagan of is relieving Dr. West wood xvho is spend- ing a "well earned vacation at the Coast! Hev. T. M. Murray exchanges pits Sunday, Jan. 31st, with Rev. T. Taylor, Frank, in accordixnce with the; arrangement between the Methodists and Presbyterians. Is the .Miner "near Few could doubt it or think it to be oth- erwise after the numerous sore spots appearing on its latest step. Dr. Rivers returned this morning from Edmonton. i number. Now as for business and Mr. ears at an annual rental so acre. Not more than acres will bo leased to one applicant. Application for a lease must be made to the Agent or Sub-Agent of the district in which the, rights ap- plied for are situated. -la sureeyinK the" land must be described oy sections, or le- gal subdivisions of sections, and in unsurveyed territory the tract appli- ed lor shall be staked- out. Each application, must be acconu panied by a fee of which -mjlL be refunded if the rights applied for are not available otherwise. A royalty shall be paid the mer- chantable output of the, mine at the rate of five cents ton. Every lessee of coal mining rights which are not being operated shall furnish the district Agent of Domin- ion JLands with a sworn statement to that effect at least once in each year. The lease -will include the' coal mining rights" only, but the lessee may be permitted to purchase whatever" available surface rights, nmy.be con_ sidered necessary working of the mine at the ari'acreJ- For full information, application should be made to the Secretary of the Department of ,the Interior, Ot- tawa or Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion 'Lands. v W.W.CORY, Deputy -Minister or the Interior. Is publication of this advertisement wilt not-be paid for. r ONE 5-roomed house and three 40- foot lots, in North Ward; only 600r very easy terms given. Dobbin. W. R. 30-0 STRAYED-Sorrel light driving WAffD BUY-Second.band 4 T'l n IT niotfl f horse, both hind feet white; branded piaiT S S f National cash repristerr must be arrow head on left jaw and shoulder; rr. t i ,r> 11 j condition. -Address N. M., P.O. for return to G.-Alexander, Lethbridge. 20-0 Will party who took lady's long black coat by mistake, from the Masquerade Ball in Oliver's Hall last Friday, kindly return same to Mrs. T. S. Harold, 414 Smith St. Party can have the one she left. 43-0 in Box 495. 36.0 Five NOTICE dollars will be given for- information leading to the recov- ery of one roan pony, white face and legs branded James Smith. Blayney. C on left shoulder. ESTABLISHED 18H4 Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL Paid.np Reserve and Undivided Profits........... Accents of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money Orders Letters of Credit Savings Bank Department UtHbrHft CotUftlc Block, St. SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person who" is the sole head of a family, or any; male over 18 years old, may homestead a quarter-section of .available 'Itoimnion land in Mani- toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. The applicant must appear -in person at the Dominion Lands Agency or Sub- Agency for the district. Entry by- proxy may.-.be made ait any agency; on certain by father, mother, brother or sis- ter of intending homesteader, Duties.T-Six, months' .residence upon and cultivation- "of the' land in each of three years; A homesteader live within nine miles of his home- stead or. a farm of at least 80 acres solely owned and occupied by him or. by his father, daughter, brother or sister. In certain districts a hornesteadei in good standing may pre-empt a qnarter-section alongside bis. home- stead. Price per acre. Duties. reside six months in each of six years from date of homestead entry (including the time required to earn homestead patent) and cultivate fifty acres .extra. A has exhausted his houiestead right and cannot ob- tain a pre-emption may pur- chased homestead in certain districts. Price per acre. reside six months in each of three years, cultivate fifty acres and erect a house worth W.WCOIIY, Deputy Minister of the Interior. publication of this advertisement will not be psM for. ;